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... shouldn't worry. But you definitely have to treat the infection. Tell a good doctor everything you wrote here so that they have the history and understand it's a recurrent issue and follow their suggestions until it's completely treated. ... (2 replies)
... Alternatively, daily disposables carry less risk of recurrent infections. ... (3 replies)
Erosion of Cornea
Jan 13, 2006
... rted because of a bout with pinkeye. I discovered after 3 doctors in as many days that I already had epithelial basement membrane dystrophy and the trauma to my eye from the pink eye infection sent me over the edge and sped up the process. I am doing great now! Almost 7 months with no erosions. ... (61 replies)

... Bluehen, did your doctor actually say it was an infection? From the symptoms, it sounds like it could possibly be RCE (recurrent corneal erosion syndrome). (1 replies)
... I wore contacts for about 6 years and never had any problems. Half a year ago I started to get this recurrent eye infection which my doctor said was being aggrivated because I was allergic to my contact lenses. I stopped wearing contact lenses for 2 months and took zaditor drops. ... (1 replies)
... t read the label and put the cold sore treatment in my eye by mistake. The pain was excruciating! ... (2 replies)
... but they are so far, not developing further. I understand your confusion. I would not say that I've been having recurrent chalazion, but especially the upper eyelid is swollen. ... (8 replies)
... as "pink eye" and "conjunctivitis" True, I had those but that was just symptoms to the deeper problem. After an erosion, it's like an "open wound" waiting for infection or other problems. ... (4 replies)
... months then switch to Muro at night and drops throughout the day. So far so good! I think the BCL was the key to the eye healing properly. ... (125 replies)
... They are two different things. The ucler is an infection. The erosion generally is an injury of the cornea by an object i.e. getting poked in the eye by something. ... (125 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 17, 2006
... I don't have filaments. You may want to search the entire healthboard forum for something like filaments and eye and see what comes up. I have read that doxycycline may help and it's great that you can take it. ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 17, 2006
... you should try Doxycycline. Physicians prescribe it for dry eye as well as RCES and a number of other occular surface problems. ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 16, 2006
... of the antibiotic you suggest, the tablet, and he said it will not help. He gave me Acular drops for pain and it does not appear to do much. Now I am on a liquid eye gel every two hours and muro drops 4 times a day as well as Zymar to counter infection risk as I have an abrasion from the filament removal. Who knows! ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 15, 2006
... or age. It may take a few days to heal in some people, but with filamentary keratitus, which an emedicine article says sometimes follows this disorder, the eye will remain aggravated, even more so, until the filaments are dissolved or removed. ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 15, 2006
... Hello I was speculating as to what may have caused the problem at the corner of your eye. It could have been many things including possible infection or maybe something got lodged in your eye. ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 15, 2006
... tears BUT that is really something done right when awakening. You see, with RCES what happens is some may sleep with their eyes slightly open which will dry the eye out at night. ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 14, 2006
... is totally cool about the remark Mike, I took it wrong and thanks again for trying to help. Sheesh.. Do you relate to the rapid blinking, watering, swollen lids, eye looks dead an shutting? ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 14, 2006
... from that information consider the possibility that you don't have RCES and were misdiagnosed. You may have Filamentary Keratitis as you said combined with Dry Eye Syndrome or perhaps something elese. You may need to seek yet another doctor's opinion because most often RCES occurs when one awakens from sleep. ... (56 replies)
Corneal Erosion
Feb 13, 2006
... inflamatory, ointments at night, nothing works! My eye looks like a mess, swollen lids, red, dripping water, rapid blinking, the pain ranges from very annoying to excruciating, nothing is ever mild. ... (56 replies)
Erosion of Cornea
Jan 24, 2006
... you can't overdue it and it's the first thing you should do upon awakening. and make sure the tip of the bottle is actually in the corner of your eye when you squeeze the bottle. ... (61 replies)




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